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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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Scrineblog: 18.4%

boot blog: 100%
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Disaster Zone :: boot

Tammy stood amidst the ruins of her handbag (filled with shampoo), skirt (stained with colour booster shampoo), shoes (stained with coffee), notebooks, calculator, and reports (floating in their very own coffee lake), and kitchen cupboard shelves (coated with an explosion of val daal) and decided that staying in bed all week might have been the best plan after all.

    TAGS:  clumsy, disaster, Tammy

As the mobile phone bounced repeatedly across the pool deck - bang ... crack ... smack - and arced high into the air above the crystal clear water - whooooosh - eventually landing in - oh shit, oh shit, oh shit - the watery lake of destruction, Tammy realised that she probably should have heeded her own advice, just this once.

    TAGS:  clumsy, Tammy, watery

Unexpected activities for this week; assesssing food for its ‘sogginess’ factor.

    TAGS:  biscuits, soggy, clumsy, dentistry

Why is it when I’ve had a table fall on my head, people presume that I did something to provoke it?

    TAGS:  clumsy, presumptions

Excuse me, for my lips are as clumsy as my feet,And my words are as uncoordinated as my hands.

    TAGS:  feet, clumsy, uncoordinated


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